What the papers say: King Kolo goes north, but could Captain Invincible make a shock Arsenal return?

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The Sun - Gunners go back for Pat
ARSENE WENGER wants Patrick Vieira to make a shock return to Arsenal.

The Daily Mirror - Patrick Vieira going back to Arsenal, says Ian Wright
Arsenal legend Ian Wright last night sensationally claimed Patrick Vieira is going to rejoin the Gunners.

The Daily Mail - Kolo Toure signs four-year deal with Manchester City - now they go for £19m Lescott
Manchester City made a £19million bid for Everton's Joleon Lescott on Wednesday night as they completed the signing of Kolo Toure from Arsenal.

The Daily Express - IT’S THE KOLO OF MONEY
ARSENAL could bank an incredible £17million by selling Kolo Toure to Manchester City.

Kolo Toure has scratched his sevenyear Arsenal itch by joining big spenders Manchester City.

The Times - Arsene Wenger unfazed by loss of Kolo Toure
And then there was none. As Kolo Touré, Arsenal's last surviving member of “The Invincibles” of 2003-04 , put the finishing touches to his move to Manchester City yesterday, so did the perception grow that, with another senior player heading north, the club's prospects had gone south.

The Independent - Wenger's most astute transfer deals
As Arsenal cheerfully take Manchester City's money off them for Kolo Toure and Emmanuel Adebayor, it's a reminder of Arsene Wenger's astute playing of the transfer market.

The Daily Telegraph - Arsene Wenger insists Arsenal will still challenge for the Premier League
Arsene Wenger has broken the final link to his 'Invincible' team of 2003-4 but has argued that his emerging squad will challenge for the Premier League title this season even if he does not replace Kolo Toure or Emmanuel Adebayor.

The Guardian - Now Arsène Wenger has all this money, what will he do with it?
Fans are clamouring for a big signing after the sale of Kolo Touré and Emmanuel Adebayor has put £39m into Arsenal's coffers.

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